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J Dilla — October 19, 2016 | Comments (21)


Nov. 30 Update: Our expected ship date has moved from December 10 to December 19. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Contains an exclusive 7-inch single: J Dilla “The Sickness” feat. Nas, produced by Madlib. Vocal b/w Instrumental. Only available in this package.

Pay Jay Productions (PJ011), an official product of the Estate of James Yancey.

This turntable was designed to be portable, but functions as a stand alone record player and can plug into any stereo system that accepts an RCA jack or a USB output. It also allows you to record music directly into your computer (transcription software disc included in package). It also contains a 1/8″ headphone jack and dynamic, full range stereo speakers. It comes with a replacement stylus and a 45 adaptor. Artwork by Mason London.

• 3 speed turntable (33 RPM, 45 RPM, 78 RPM)
• USB and RCA Outputs
• 1.8″ Headphone Jack
• Stereo Speakers
• Contains 45 adapter and replacement stylus
• Transcription software disc included in package

Shipping weight: 10 lbs. We are offering flat-rate shipping for domestic and international orders. Details, full specs here.



  1. Hi, How limited is production on these? is this based on a reference turntable I can check out reviews for? And finally what wattage are the speakers?

    Comment by Chris — October 19, 2016, 4:47 pm
  2. Yo! Shit is lookin good, when will it ship?

    Comment by RVX — October 19, 2016, 5:13 pm
  3. Yo, this just a cheap-ass covered up Crossley? Seen.

    Comment by Egg — October 19, 2016, 6:02 pm
  4. this thing looks hella corny

    Comment by Mike — October 19, 2016, 6:55 pm
  5. This may be a dumb question (just starting to get into vinyl), but does this only play 7″ records? I am also interested to know the answers to the 3 questions asked by Chris in the 1st comment. Thanks.

    Comment by Craig — October 19, 2016, 7:39 pm
  6. Hey..looks real sweet. As Chris commented whats the spec of the TT this is based upon. Also is this battery operated or mains or both? Please clarify. Thanks

    Comment by Vision On — October 19, 2016, 7:42 pm
  7. Please PLEASE tell us it is NOT a Crosley. Let us know the manufacturer, def would love to order if it’s a good portable…

    Comment by JP Jones — October 19, 2016, 8:36 pm
  8. The decision to go with a crappy Crosley portable instead of developing something to compete in the growing portable turntablist scene was a missed opportunity. Most will only buy this for the Nas 45.

    Comment by Mexi — October 19, 2016, 10:40 pm
  9. Soooo dope.
    Love J and hope to be able to purchase this. Is it limited edition? Where to buy?

    Comment by Elijah — October 19, 2016, 11:46 pm
  10. How can I get one by christmas and what’s the cost

    Comment by Jolie — October 20, 2016, 12:10 am
  11. Hi, how limited is the production on the turntable?

    Comment by Raul — October 20, 2016, 3:05 am
  12. Preordered. No way I’m skipping this one. 👍

    Comment by Tyrone — October 20, 2016, 1:25 pm
  13. I also have limited knowledge of vinyl and have a bunch of albums as artwork for my wall. Would this play 12″ records? Thanks

    Comment by Dave — October 20, 2016, 3:07 pm
  14. Batteries?

    Comment by Primemundo — October 21, 2016, 8:53 pm
  15. I ordered it, paid by PayPal several weeks ago and haven’t been delivered or even heard from them yet.

    Comment by Norri — December 3, 2016, 5:20 am
  16. Norri, this is a pre-order, as stated on the page. Our expected ship date was December 10th. On Nov. 30, we were forced to move that expected ship date to December 19th.

    Comment by Rappcats — December 5, 2016, 6:17 pm
  17. If it ships on the 19th would you expect to be received by Christmas?

    Comment by Luke — December 8, 2016, 12:50 am
  18. Luke, that’s 1 day before USPS’s First-Class Mail Service deadline for domestic delivery

    Comment by Rappcats — December 8, 2016, 5:28 pm
  19. Were you able to ship today on the 19th?

    Comment by Luke — December 20, 2016, 1:38 am
  20. I got my Dilla TT on Christmas Eve and it’s pretty nice. I love the sound and great construction. One thing thing I notice missing is the headphone jack on the TOp front of the TT next to the volume like the Crosley Cruiser and my Fiancé ordered a cruiser from Urban outfitters which sounds the same But hers has The headphone jack, pitch control, And Bluetooth at the same price. Besides that they perform similarly. I can kind of see why they are keeping it simple, so less to fix when it beaks but I would have liked the Bluetooth at least. All in all I do like the Dilla TT but I would have liked at least the headphone jack on the top front of the unit but oh well I’m not too worried about it. I see the negative remarks above but if you are using the Dilla just to listen to your vinyls and have a portable unit it’s no cheaper in terms of build quality than any other portable. Personally I like the sound quality of the speakers unlike my Numark PT-01 which I also own and are terrible imo in comparison. In fact I have to compare but the Dilla TT seem to have a warmer sound than my fiance’s Cruiser but both are loud enough. Right now I’m listening to Jay ❤️ Japan and it sounds awesome. One other thing I’m missing is a rubber non slip mat that came with my girlfriends Cruiser but was noticibly absent with the Dilla TT. All in all I’m happy with my purchase. The Numark PT01 scratch is going back to the store.

    Comment by Tyrone robinson — December 25, 2016, 6:05 am
  21. Personally, I’m disappointed. The quality of the sound is mediocre (tried on amp and headphones). Impossible to listen to 33″ without it jumps, it will only serve me to decorate my living room. Sad homage to a great artist.

    Comment by Pascal — January 5, 2017, 8:30 pm

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